BUNDELKHAND MEDICAL COLLEGE REVIEW
Overall the college is good, need to work on its hospital and maintenance. Would be fun, If more fun activities were organized. The building needs painting. The washrooms need to be well furnished again.
FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
As per 2018, the fee was RS. 64,000 for first year and subsequently RS. 50,000 for upcoming years. From 2019 onwards the fees got increased to RS. 100,000 per year. The fee is feasible considering the course.
For an MBBS graduate, there is no placement. One year internship is compulsory in the course. The stipend at government colleges in Madhya Pradesh is around RS. 10000-12000 (approximately). The stipend is provided by the state government and is same for all the government Medical Colleges in the state.
By qualifying NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) 2018, and getting registration on the Directorate of Medical Education, Madhya Pradesh. Then through the state Quota, was allotted the college.
I haven't opted for hostel. I live outside the campus. Although, all the basic facilities are available in the hostel. 2 stay in a room during 1st year, subsequently everyone is allotted a single room.
In any medical college, seniors play a crucial role. They are really helpful, and teach you how to deal with stuff. Also help with the studies. All the batches live together and there's a lot of unity. Alumni are well linked with the present batches.
The faculty of the first year subjects: Anatomy: Highly qualified faculty, strict. The HOD would retire soon though. Physiology: One Professor is highly enthusiastic about teaching. Rest are average. Biochemistry: Decent faculty, strict.
There is a cricket ground, football ground, library and e-library, table tennis, badminton courts (2), chess and caraom. All are average. The library is open 24*7, and is fully AC. Auditorium is also present.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
The course duration is 4.5 years, with 1 additional year of compulsory internship. The exam pattern is decided by the MCI, and the professional exam system is followed, rather than the semester system.
Most of the Indian festivals are regularly celebrated in the college. There is regular plantation, workshops, and fun activities. Annual fest, Corona is organized in the end of the year filled with tons of events and activities for all the students of every batch.
LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS
There is post metric scholarship for reserved category students (ST/SC) where the whole of college fees and hostel fees is returned. This is a state government policy and has no relation with the college. Laptops are also provided to the reserved category students every year.